Marcel Reece injury update: Fantasy value unaffected by probable status

Ezra Shaw

Darren McFadden is expected back in Week 13, but Marcel Reece owners shouldn't be worried.

Oakland Raiders running back Marcel Reece is officially listed as probable on the team's injury report for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.

Reece is dealing with a hamstring injury, but the Raiders' running back practiced in full all week and should suit up on Sunday.

Fantasy Impact: Marcel Reece has filled in admirably for the injured Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson. Since assuming the lead role in the backfield, Reece has piled up a total of 400 yards in three games rushing and receiving. He also racked up 95 yards and a touchdown against the Buccaneers after McFadden and Goodson left that game.

Expect Reece to maintain a steady role in the Raiders' offense, despite McFadden's expected return. Reece is a solid RB2 in all formats and worthy of RB1 consideration in PPR leagues.

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